Trailer for 1950's film "Attack of the 50-foot Woman".
In 1957 producer Bert I. Gordon ("It's a B.I.G. picture!") had a hit with "The Amazing Colossal Man", the story of an ordinary man that grows into a giant after exposure to a plutonium bomb blast. In that film the 'Colossal Man' eventually makes his way to Vegas. So, what does a 'Colossal Man' alone in Vegas look for? Why, a "50-Foot Woman."
Actually the two title characters never hook up on film, but the 'Colossal Man' did return to terrorize Griffith Park in 1958's "War of the Colossal Beast".
Although the three films are similar '50-Foot Woman' was not a B.I.G picture but was produced by Bernard Woolner. Mr. Woolner had started his career as a film producer just two years earlier with the classic Roger Corman film "Swamp Diamonds" (aka 'Swamp Women') starring Beverly Garland as an escaped prison inmate and "Touch" Conners as her hostage. Later on, "Touch" dropped the nickname he was given as a football player, in favor of the name Mike and found fame in 1967 as TV's "Mannix".